2021 Toyota C-HR for Sale in Warwick, RI
There are a lot of crossovers out there, but some do a better job than others of standing apart from that crowded segment. The 2021 Toyota C-HR is in that category: it has a different look and considerably more personality than most – if not all – of its competitors. Buyers can choose two-tone body and roof color combinations from the C-HR’s lively palette, and its back doors have a somewhat hidden handle at the top of the frame. The available 18-inch wheels lend an aggressive look to this subcompact, and the debuting Nightshade Edition swaps in some blacked-out elements for a distinct look and feel. Toyota has also made its Safety Sense driver-assist technology bundle standard on all trims and continues to include 2 years/25,000 miles of free scheduled maintenance (oil changes, tire rotations, and multipoint inspections) with every lease or purchase.
Trims, Specs and Features
You might not expect a vehicle with such a confident and racy appearance to be as efficient as it is, but the 2021 Toyota C-HR definitely makes the grade when it comes to fuel economy. Its 144-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine is paired with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) for maximum efficiency: the EPA has rated it for 27 miles per gallon in the city and 31 mpg on the interstate. Although CVTs technically don’t have gears, the Sequential Shiftmatic feature puts control of the gear-ratio changes literally in the hand of the driver, increasing the C-HR’s fun factor.
The four trim levels are the LE, XLE, Nightshade Edition, and Limited. The base LE gets dual-zone automatic climate control, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, heated exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals, 17-inch wheels, keyless entry, an independent front suspension and multilink rear suspension, LED headlights, keyless entry, and a well-stocked infotainment system with an 8-inch touchscreen. Besides the aforementioned smartphone integration, it has Bluetooth for both phone use and audio streaming, satellite radio (with 3-month trial), a USB data port, and six speakers.
The XLE moves up to 18-inch wheels in a vortex pattern and adds touch-sensor locking and unlocking (front doors only), a blind-spot monitor, puddle lamps, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and push-button start. The all-new Nightshade Edition is set up similarly, but it also gets special black badging, a black chin spoiler, and black wheels and lug nuts. The Limited checks off a lot of bells and whistles with its 18-inch wheels, LED headlights (including LED high beams), high-performance LED fog lights, adaptive cornering/self-leveling headlights, leather seats (heated in front), and a power-adjustable driver’s seat. HD radio is an option on the XLE and Limited.
As mentioned, all 2021 Toyota C-HRs are equipped with Toyota Safety Sense, which includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, automatic high beams, lane departure warning with steering assist, lane tracing assist, adaptive radar cruise control, and road sign assist. The three highest trims also get a blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert.